Session 81 | Geneva | 1-5 Feb 2016
Attendance
1. Adoption of the agenda
GRRF/2016/1 | Provisional agenda for the 81st GRRF session
GRRF/2016/1/Add.1 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 81st GRRF session
GRRF-81-15 | General information and WP.29 November 2015 session highlight for the 81st GRRF session
GRRF-81-16 | Updated and consolidated provisional agenda of the 81st session of GRRF Agenda updated to include informal documents submitted through January 29.
GRRF-81-01 | Running order of the provisional agenda of the 81st GRRF session
2. Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS) and Lane Departure Warning Systems (LDWS)
3. Regulations Nos. 13 and 13-H (Braking)
3. (a) Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
3. (b) Modular Vehicle Combinations (MVC)
3. (c) Regulations Nos. 13 and 13-H: Clarifications
GRRF/2013/13 | Proposal for collective amendments - Regulation Nos. 13, 13-H, 79, 89, and the LDWS and AEBS regulations Proposal for collective amendments of amendments to Regulations Nos. 13 (Heavy vehicle braking), 13-H (Brakes of M1 and N1 vehicles), 79 (Steering equipment) and 89 (Speed limitation devices) and the new Regulations on LDWS and AEBS to clarify the references to Regulation No. 10 into the UN Regulations mentioned above.
GRRF/2016/19 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13 Proposal for corrections to the text and equations.
GRRF/2015/20 | Proposal of Supplements to Regulation No. 13 and No. 13-H Proposal from Germany to introduce a new Annex 23 into UN Regulation No. 13 covering special additional requirements for trailers of category O2 without pneumatic connections and equipped with service braking systems with pneumatic energy storage devices. In addition, the document proposes to further amend braking requirements for trailers under Regulation No. 13 and 13-H to address these new braking systems.
3. (d) Braking symbols in Regulation No. 121
3. (e) Regulations Nos. 13 and 13-H: Other business
GRRF-80-06 | Proposal for amendments to UN Regulation No. 13-H Proposal to add a trigger threshold requirement and to modify the sampling rate, deceleration limit and data selection criteria for category B brake-assist systems.
GRRF-81-20 | Proposal for amendments to Regulations No. 13 UN R13 allows for the exemption of certain vehicles from the requirement for electronic stability controls. This proposal seeks to clarify the scope of the exemptions to include any special purpose vehicle with a non-standard chassis. The change was prompted by a modified vehicle where use of ESC was not feasible, but where the current UN R13 language left doubt as to whether the ESC requirement was applicable.
GRRF-81-20/Rev.1 | Proposal for amendments to Regulations No. 13 UN R13 allows for the exemption of certain vehicles from the requirement for electronic stability controls. This proposal seeks to clarify the scope of the exemptions to include any special purpose vehicle with a non-standard chassis. The change was prompted by a modified vehicle where use of ESC was not feasible, but where the current UN R13 language left doubt as to whether the ESC requirement was applicable. This revised proposal takes into account comments received during the February 2016 GRRF session.
GRRF-81-31 | CLEPA comments on document GRRF-80-06 The previous GRRF session considered a proposal to add a trigger threshold requirement and to modify the sampling rate, deceleration limit and data selection criteria for category B brake-assist systems. CLEPA has provided this presentation to clarify the background behind the BAS provisions and facilitate further discussion.
4. Regulation No. 55 (Mechanical couplings)
GRRF-81-06 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 55 Proposal from the informal group on UN Regulation No. 55 to introduce provisions for coupling applications in multi-vehicle combinations ( e.g. rigid truck + dolly + semi-trailer) presently not addressed by the regulation.
GRRF-81-07 | Proposal for amendments to the informal document GRRF-81-06 Further refinements from the informal group on UN Regulation No. 55 to introduce provisions for modular vehicle combinations (e.g., rigid truck + semi-trailer + dolly). This proposal concerns a procedure to identify allowable combinations of performance values Dc and V for drawbar coupling equipment.
GRRF-81-08 | Informal working group on UN Regulation No. 55: Finalization plans Quick review of the informal group's anticipated schedule for completing its work on updating the regulation on mechanical couplings.
GRRF-81-09 | Proposal to establish an Informal Working Group on Mechanical Couplings for Agricultural Vehicles One of the outcomes of the work on updating UN R55 was the recognition that agricultural couplings present a set of challenges distinct from other vehicles. Therefore, Germany proposes the establishment of an informal working group to develop a new regulations (UN R55-A) to respond to the specific needs of agricultural vehicle couplings.
GRRF-81-10 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation No. 55-A concerning agricultural vehicle couplings
GRRF-81-09/Rev.1 | Revised proposal to establish an IWG on Mechanical Couplings for Agricultural Vehicles One of the outcomes of the work on updating UN R55 was the recognition that agricultural couplings present a set of challenges distinct from other vehicles. This revised proposal takes into account comments received during the February 2016 GRRF session for the establishment of an informal working group to develop a new regulation (UN R55-A) to respond to the specific needs of agricultural vehicle couplings.
GRRF-80-29 | Proposal for a Supplement to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 55 Proposal to ensure that coupling balls do not block rear lighting and/or registration plates. In line with the EU General Safety Rule, Annex IV specification for application of UN R55, couplings that might block lighting or plates must be removable, repositionable, and unlockable in order to make it easier for users to remove them or reposition them when not in use (e.g., towing a trailer.) Coupling balls that are so designed as to be unable to block lighting or plates may still incorporate locks and/or require tools to remove or reposition.
GRRF-81-34 | Proposal for a Supplement to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 55 Revised proposal to ensure that coupling balls do not block rear lighting and/or registration plates. In line with the EU General Safety Rule, Annex IV specification for application of UN R55, couplings that might block lighting or plates must be removable, repositionable, and unlockable in order to make it easier for users to remove them or reposition them when not in use (e.g., towing a trailer.) Coupling balls that are so designed as to be unable to block lighting or plates may still incorporate locks and/or require tools to remove or reposition.
5. Motorcycle braking
5. (a) Regulation No. 78
GRRF/2015/42 | Proposal of Supplement 3 to the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 78 Proposal to include three-wheeled category l vehicles within the scope of ABS testing under UN R78. This would align the scope with EU Directive 93/14/EEC.
GRRF/2016/23 | Proposal for a supplement to Regulation No. 78 Proposal to allow Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) systems on motorcycles and related vehicles.
GRRF-81-28 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2015/41 Revised proposal to align UN R78 with the provisions for anti-lock braking systems used in other regulations, including specific exemptions for certain off-road vehicles as incorporated in UN Regulation No. 13. The proposal clarifies the limits on the use of any temporary ABS deactivation switch and prohibition against permanent disabling of ABS if fitted on a motorcycle. The European Commission prepared this revised proposal in cooperation with Germany, the Netherlands and IMMA. Given the importance of the changes, the proposal includes transitional provisions.
GRRF-81-28/Rev.1 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2015/41 Revised proposal to align UN R78 with the provisions for anti-lock braking systems used in other regulations, including specific exemptions for certain off-road vehicles as incorporated in UN Regulation No. 13. The proposal clarifies the limits on the use of any temporary ABS deactivation switch and prohibition against permanent disabling of ABS if fitted on a motorcycle. This revised proposal takes into account comments received during the February 2016 GRRF session.
GRRF/2015/41 | Proposal for an amendment of Regulation No. 78 Proposal to align the text with the provisions for anti-lock braking systems used in other regulations, including specific exemptions for certain off-road vehicles as incorporated in UN Regulation No. 13. The proposal clarifies the limits on the use of any temporary ABS deactivation switch and prohibition against permanent disabling of ABS if fitted on a motorcycle.
5. (b) Global Technical Regulation No. 3
6. Regulation No. 90 (Replacement brake linings)
GRRF/2016/18 | Proposal for a Supplement to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 90 Proposal to introduce requirements for the approval of replacement brake lining assemblies for L-category vehicles.
GRRF/2016/22 | Proposal for an amendment to Regulation No. 90 Proposal to remove tables specifying general values for replacement discs and drums that are identical to the original (2.3.3.4) since such replacements must by definition have values identical to the corresponding original parts. The proposal also would change the maximum permitted thickness variation of discs for medium and heavy vehicles from 0.030 mm to 0.050 mm (the common OEM specification).
GRRF-81-04 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2016/22 Updated version of the proposal to remove tables specifying general values for replacement discs and drums that are identical to the original (2.3.3.4) since such replacements must by definition have values identical to the corresponding original parts. The proposal also would change the maximum permitted thickness variation of discs for medium and heavy vehicles from 0.030 mm to 0.050 mm (the common OEM specification). This revised proposal clarifies that the proposal would revise the specifications for vehicles of categories M3, N3, O3 and O4 but retain the maximum permitted specification of 0.030mm for vehicles of categories M2 and N2.
GRRF-81-05/Rev.1 | Presentation on carbon-ceramic brakes Presentation highlighting the growing use of carbon-ceramic (CSiC) brake discs and the need to address these products under UN R90 given that the replacement discs regulation is founded upon conventional cast iron technologies.
GRRF-81-29 | Presentation supporting ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2016/18 Presentation explaining the proposal to establish requirements for the approval of replacement brake lining assemblies for L-category vehicles.
GRRF-81-04/Rev.1 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2016/22 Revised version of the proposal to remove tables specifying general values for replacement discs and drums that are identical to the original (2.3.3.4), taking into account comments received during the February 2016 GRRF session. The tables are considered superfluous since replacement parts identical to the original parts must by definition have values identical to the corresponding original parts. This proposal also would change the maximum permitted thickness variation of discs for medium and heavy vehicles from 0.030 mm to 0.040 mm (the common OEM specification). This has been changed from the previous proposal of 0.050 mm. This revised proposal clarifies that the proposal would revise the specifications for vehicles of categories M3, N3, O3 and O4 but retain the maximum permitted specification of 0.030mm for vehicles of categories M2 and N2.
GRRF-81-33 | Proposed Terms of Reference for a Special Interest Group on UN Regulation No. 90 Technical services have reported difficulties in interpreting the requirements and procedures incorporated in the 02 series of amendments to UN R90. Therefore, this submission proposes a special interest group to consider whether an informal working group may be needed to revised UN 92.02.
GRRF-81-03 | Draft proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 90 Proposal to establish a uniform CoP inspection questionnaire to harmonize conformity of production administrative requirements across Contracting Parties under UN R90. The intent is to increase efficiency and lower costs due to the absence of mutual recognition of CoP certifications among approval authorities.
GRRF-81-27 | Request for clarification of Regulation No. 90 UN R90 specifies one minimum shear strength requirement for brake shoe assemblies and one requirement for brake pad assemblies in Regulation No. 90 via a reference to ISO 6312. However, ISO 6312 specifies test methods for hot and cold shear tests. Therefore, GRRF is requested to clarify whether the strength requirements are for both hot and cold shear.
7. Tyres
7. (a) Global Technical Regulation No. 16
GRRF/2016/2 | Proposal for an amendment to Global Technical Regulation No. 16 Proposal is to align GTR 16 with technical progress, incorporating new provisions for wet grip performance, rolling resistance and qualification for use at severe snow conditions both for passenger car (PC) and light truck / commercial (LT/C) tyres (as were recently adopted within UN Regulation No. 117). The proposal also includes updates from relevant FMVSS and UN Regulations Nos. 30 and 54.
GRRF/2016/3 | Proposal for the Technical Report on the development of Amendment 1 to Global Technical Regulation No. 16 Explanatory report on the development and contents of the amendment concerning wet grip, rolling resistance, and other updated provisions for GTR 16 on tyres.
GRRF-81-02 | Draft text with change markup of Amendment 1 to GTR No. 16 Draft text showing changes made to the GTR on tyres under Amendment 1 (which is primarily aimed at introducing provisions for tyre rolling resistance and performance in severe snow conditions).
7. (b) Regulation No. 30
GRRF/2016/11 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 30 Proposal to: a) Align definitions and content with the other tyre regulations (UN Regulations Nos. 117, 54, 75 etc.); b) Include a definition of “manufacturer” extracted from the resolution “R.E.3”; c) Adopt a common definition and use of the terms “Manufacturer’s name”, “Brand name”, “Trademark”, “Trade description” and “Commercial name” and their links; and d) Add information in the certificate to enable approval authorities to more easily understand the products the certificate addresses.
GRRF/2016/13 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 54 Proposal to: a) Align definitions and content with the other tyre regulations (UN Regulations Nos. 30, 117, 75 etc.); b) Include a definition of “manufacturer” extracted from the resolution “R.E.3”; c) Adopt a common definition and use of the terms “Manufacturer’s name”, “Brand name”, “Trademark”, “Trade description” and “Commercial name” and their links; and d) Add information in the certificate to enable approval authorities to more easily understand the products the certificate addresses.
GRRF/2016/14 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 117 Proposal to: a) Align definitions and content with the other tyre regulations (UN Regulations Nos. 30, 54, 75 etc.); b) Include a definition of “manufacturer” extracted from the resolution “R.E.3”; c) Adopt a common definition and use of the terms “Manufacturer’s name”, “Brand name”, “Trademark”, “Trade description” and “Commercial name” and their links; and d) Add information in the certificate to enable approval authorities to more easily understand the products the certificate addresses.
7. (c) Regulation No. 54
GRRF/2016/12 | Proposal for amendment to Regulation No. 54 and Regulation No. 117 Proposal to modify the marking requirements to replace PSI with kilopascals (“kPa”). The intent is to harmonize the pressure indication and avoid confusion between UN Regulation No. 54 and US FMVSS 119 or FMVSS 139. The proposal would also change the measurement units for drum speed from min<sup>-1</sup> to km.h<sup>-1</sup> in alignment with the requirements with other tyre regulations and align the wording in Annex 7, Appendix 1 with the text of the Regulation.
GRRF/2016/13 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 54 Proposal to: a) Align definitions and content with the other tyre regulations (UN Regulations Nos. 30, 117, 75 etc.); b) Include a definition of “manufacturer” extracted from the resolution “R.E.3”; c) Adopt a common definition and use of the terms “Manufacturer’s name”, “Brand name”, “Trademark”, “Trade description” and “Commercial name” and their links; and d) Add information in the certificate to enable approval authorities to more easily understand the products the certificate addresses.
GRRF/2016/16 | Proposal for amendment to Regulation No. 54 Proposal to add new tyre sizes to Annex 5 of UN R54.
GRRF/2016/17 | Proposal for amendment to Regulation No. 54 The current text of UN R54 does not encompass the case where a tyre designed for a “special” application can also fulfil the definition of a “snow” tyre. This proposal would allow for such tyres to be marked with the inscription M+S, M.S, or M&S while remaining in the category of use “special”.
GRRF-81-11 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 54 Proposal to clarify the provisions for the minimum heights of markings for tyres with nominal rim diameter codes ≥ 20 and nominal section width ≤ 235 and for tyres with nominal rim diameter codes < 20 and nominal section width > 235. In addition, the proposal aligns the table on minimum marking heights to correspond with the related figure by using lowercase letters to denote dimensions in both (currently, the figure uses lowercase, but the table uses uppercase).
7. (d) Regulation No. 75
7. (e) Regulation No. 106
GRRF/2016/15 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 106 Proposal to add load indexes to the table in the Annex 4 to keep up with the technical evolution of tyres.
7. (f) Regulation No. 109
GRRF-81-12 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 109 Proposal to<ol><li>change measurement units for drum speed in Annex 7 from min<sup>-1</sup> to km.h<sup>-1</sup> to align the requirements with other tyre regulations;</li><li>correct wording from "speed category symbol" to "speed symbol" (as defined in para. 2.33);</li><li>correct wording from "load capacity index" to "load index" (as defined in para. 2.32);</li><li>correct a reference to para. 3.2.13. of the Regulation in Annex 7, Appendix 1;</li><li>correct a boundary value of load index in Annex 7, Appendix 1;</li><li> delete in paragraph 2.1 in Annex 7, the possibility to use the 2.0 m drum diameter to perform the endurance test; and</li><li>align the text of Annex 10 with Annex 7 of UN R117 pursuant to the adoption of Supplement 5 to the 02 series of amendments to that regulation.
7. (g) Regulation No. 117
GRRF/2016/14 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 117 Proposal to: a) Align definitions and content with the other tyre regulations (UN Regulations Nos. 30, 54, 75 etc.); b) Include a definition of “manufacturer” extracted from the resolution “R.E.3”; c) Adopt a common definition and use of the terms “Manufacturer’s name”, “Brand name”, “Trademark”, “Trade description” and “Commercial name” and their links; and d) Add information in the certificate to enable approval authorities to more easily understand the products the certificate addresses.
7. (h) Other business: tyres
8. Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)
8. (a) Vehicle automation
WP.29-167-04 | UN Economic Commission for Europe and automated vehicles Summary of UNECE activities related to automated vehicle systems and driving.
8. (b) Remote Control Parking (RCP)
8. (c) Other business: Intelligent transport systems
GRRF-81-30 | The C-ITS deployment platform and the GEAR 2030 roadmap on highly automated vehicles Information and status report on the European Commission Cooperative ITS Deployment Platform established in 2014 to define the European framework for connected vehicles and on the <a href="http://ec.europa.eu/DocsRoom/documents/13205/attachments/1/translations/en/renditions/native" target="_blank" class="orange">Commission Decision C(2015) 6943 of 19 October 2015</a> establishing a High Level Group on the Competitiveness and Sustainable Growth of the Automotive Industry in the European Union (GEAR 2030) with particular attention to the evolution of connected and autonomous vehicles.
9. Steering equipment
9. (a) Regulation No. 79
GRRF/2016/20 | Proposal for an amendment to Regulation No. 79 Amendment to remove certain design restrictions that impede the application of new technologies, especially related to trailer power steering systems and the use of energy from the towing vehicle, including specification of the connector through which electrical energy is supplied in the proposal
GRRF-81-13 | Proposal for amendments to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2016/20 Document GRRF/2016/20 proposes to remove certain design restrictions that impede the application of new technologies, especially related to trailer power steering systems and the use of energy from the towing vehicle, including specification of the connector through which electrical energy is supplied in the proposal. Although this proposal was approved in principle at the 80th GRRF session, it was agreed that the proposal would be reviewed at the 81st GRRF to define an open value [X] in paragraph 2.1.1. of Annex 5. It has subsequently been concluded that this change to paragraph 2.1.1. is not needed. Therefore, this proposal removes the change to the paragraph from GRRF/2016/20.
9. (b) Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) and Parking Assist Systems (PAS)
GRRF/2015/2 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 79 Text prepared by the experts from the LKAS small drafting group to introduce new definitions and the related LKAS requirements in to the text of UN Regulation No. 79.
GRRF-80-08 | Proposal to amend the draft LKAS amendment to UN Regulation No. 79 Proposal to improve the wording of the draft amendment on lane-keeping assistance systems, based on document GRRF-79-04.
GRRF-79-04 | Proposal to amend the draft LKAS amendment to UN Regulation No. 79 This proposal is presented by the Chair of the Lane Keeping Assistance System (LKAS) adhoc group in order to improve the wording of document ECE/TRANS/WP.29 /GRRF/2015/2, and to resolve pending questions with regard to the warning provision. The group was not able to achieve consensus on the application dates of the amendments (wording remaining in square brackets).
9. (c) Automatically Commanded Steering Function (ACSF)
GRRF-81-14 | Presentation of French views on the regulation of automatically commanded steering functions Presentation on French government views on the approval of automated steering at speeds above 10 km/h under UN Regulation No. 79. The principle recommendation is to restrict amendments to UN R79 to lateral vehicle control as speeds above 10 km/h while setting other work on more advanced capabilities (longitudinal + latitudinal, lane change, passing, etc.) for future separate regulations.
GRRF-81-18 | Draft proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 79 to include ACSF > 10 km/h Working draft from the ACSF informal group to enable the approval of automated steering systems intended to operate at speeds greater than 10 km/h presented for information and discussion at the 81st GRRF session.
GRRF-81-32 | Status report of the ACSF informal working group
10. International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA)
10. (a) Report on the IWVTA informal group and subgroup activities
GRRF-81-19 | Report for the 81st GRRF session on the status of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval program
10. (b) Regulation on tyre installation
GRRF/2016/9 | Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles with regard to the installation of their tyres Proposed text for a new regulation on tire installation for use within the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval system.
GRRF-81-26 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on tyre installation reviewed by GRRF at its 81st session Revised version of document GRRF/2016/9 pursuant to discussions held during the February 2016 GRRF session, proposing a new UN Regulation on tire installation for use within the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval system.
10. (c) Regulation No. 13-H
GRRF/2016/7 | Proposal for a new Regulation on Brake Assist Systems Proposed new stand-alone UN Regulation comprised of the brake assist systems provisions of UN Regulation 13-H.
GRRF/2016/8 | Proposal for a new Regulation on Electronic Stability Control Proposal for a new stand-alone UN Regulation on electronic stability control systems comprising the ESC provisions removed from UN R13-H.
GRRF-81-24 | Proposal for a new Regulation on Brake Assist Systems (BAS) reviewed by GRRF at its 81st session Revised version of document GRRF/2016/7 pursuant to discussions held during the February 2016 GRRF session, proposing a new UN Regulation based upon brake-assist system provisions extracted from UN R13-H.
GRRF-81-25 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on ESC reviewed by GRRF at its 81st session Revised version of document GRRF/2016/8 pursuant to discussions held during the February 2016 GRRF session, proposing a new UN Regulation comprised of provisions concerning electronic stability control systems extracted from UN R13-H.
GRRF-81-23 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13-H reviewed by GRRF at its 81st session Revised version of document GRRF/2016/6 pursuant to discussions held during the February 2016 GRRF session proposing to delete provisions for electronic stability and brake-assist systems from UN R13-H as part of their transposition into new stand-alone regulations.
GRRF/2016/6 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 13-H New revised proposal to delete provisions for electronic stability and brake-assist systems from UN R13-H as part of their transposition into new stand-alone regulations.
GRRF/2016/10 | Proposal for an amendment to Regulation No. 13-H Proposal for revised transitional provisions under the regulation.
10. (d) Regulation No. 64
GRRF/2016/5 | Proposal for a separate UN Regulation on tyre-pressure monitoring systems
GRRF-81-17 | Proposal for amendments to document GRRF/2016/5 Proposal for a new UN Regulation based upon the provisions for tyre-pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) extracted from UN R64 in order to facilitate the application of UN R64 within the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval system. This proposal also seeks to take into account <a href="http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/cpquery/?&sid=cp114qe9w1&r_n=hr357.114&dbname=cp114&&sel=TOC_1356419&" target="_blank" class="orange">efforts to update US FMVSS requirements for TPMS</a>.
GRRF-81-22 | Proposal for a new UN Regulation on TPMS reviewed by GRRF during its 81st session Revised version of document GRRF/2016/5, proposing a new UN Regulation based upon provisions for tyre pressure monitoring systems extracted from the current UN R64, pursuant to the discussions held during the February 2016 GRRF session.
GRRF-81-17/Rev.1 | Revised proposal for amendments to document GRRF/2016/5 Revised version of the proposal, updated by the GRRF secretariat to take into account comments received during the February 2016 GRRF session, for a revised new UN Regulation based on the provisions for tyre-pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) extracted from UN R64 in order to facilitate the application of UN R64 within the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval system. This proposal also seeks to take into account <a href="http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/cpquery/?&sid=cp114qe9w1&r_n=hr357.114&dbname=cp114&&sel=TOC_1356419&" target="_blank" class="orange">efforts to update US FMVSS requirements for TPMS</a>.
GRRF-81-21 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 64 reviewed by GRRF at its 81st session Revised version of document GRRF/2016/4, proposing to extract tyre pressure monitoring systems from UN R64, pursuant to the discussions held during the February 2016 GRRF session.
GRRF/2016/4 | Proposal for an amendment to Regulation No. 64 Proposal for a revised UN R64 that removes the provisions for tyre-pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) (to be reproduced in a new separate regulation) in order to facilitate the application of UN R64 within the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval system.
10. (e) Other business: International Whole Vehicle Type Approval
11. Regulation No. 89
GRRF/2016/21 | Proposal for an amendment to Regulation No. 89 Proposal to extend the possibility of actuating the service braking system to vehicles of categories M2 and N2 below 5t.
12. Exchange of view on innovations and relevant national activities
GRRF-81-30 | The C-ITS deployment platform and the GEAR 2030 roadmap on highly automated vehicles Information and status report on the European Commission Cooperative ITS Deployment Platform established in 2014 to define the European framework for connected vehicles and on the <a href="http://ec.europa.eu/DocsRoom/documents/13205/attachments/1/translations/en/renditions/native" target="_blank" class="orange">Commission Decision C(2015) 6943 of 19 October 2015</a> establishing a High Level Group on the Competitiveness and Sustainable Growth of the Automotive Industry in the European Union (GEAR 2030) with particular attention to the evolution of connected and autonomous vehicles.
13. Other business
13. (a) Highlights of the November 2015 session of WP.29
GRRF-81-15 | General information and WP.29 November 2015 session highlight for the 81st GRRF session
13. (b) Any other business
GRRF-81-27 | Request for clarification of Regulation No. 90 UN R90 specifies one minimum shear strength requirement for brake shoe assemblies and one requirement for brake pad assemblies in Regulation No. 90 via a reference to ISO 6312. However, ISO 6312 specifies test methods for hot and cold shear tests. Therefore, GRRF is requested to clarify whether the strength requirements are for both hot and cold shear.
13. (c) Tributes